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Sep 25, 2012 9:00pm PDT
of freedom for southern california man. imprisoned for 19 years for a murder he did not commit. john edward smith was 18 years old when he was convicted. intern with wrongful conviction group wrote a long shot letter to the only witness in the case asking to meet about the case. he did. and recanted his story. smith was exonerated yesterday. john hart from our sister station in los angeles reports. [ crying crying]. >>reporter: tears and smails for john edward smith after 19 years behind bars for a crime he didn't commit smith walks the streets a free man. >> good day and bad day. you know what i mean. staying hopeful that's all i can do. bitter sweet. i'm glad where i'm at now. >> you are now released. plus applause. >>reporter: smith was convicted first agree murder and attempted murder in connection with drive by shooting in south l.a. in 1993 had the conviction vacated after it was determined the only eyewitness committed perjury ri at trial. >> two months later they made an i.d. yes, it was a guy i went to school wishing o'connor of the non-profit innocent matter says the
Sep 24, 2012 9:00pm PDT
this month and floated south. >> more problems with those replacement referee in the nfl. john foxx head coach for the broncos is being fined for interaction with referee during last week monday night game. mean time new england patriots coach says he was lacking for an explanation from the officials as to whether particular play was under review. he may now be fined as well. several games yesterday had bad calls including the san francisco forty-niner. more now from karen. >> 3 week noose the nfl season and frustration over the replacement referee have reached a boiling point. last night new england patriots coach belichek was so angry about the calls in the team game against baltimore he grabbed an official's arm. >> i'm not going to comment about. that you saw the game. >>reporter: more like 10 penalty an baltimore had 14. but it's not the number of penalty that has coaches players and fans so frustrated. it's the questionable ones. the list is growing. >> they are trying to do the best job they can. they are just not qualified to handle the pace and speed of an nfl game. >>rep
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